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What Not to Expect from the American Water Spaniel

Many are fascinated by the American Water Spaniel's unique, sophisticated look. Many are also intrigued by the idea of having a dog that doubles as a great family pet and a hunting dog as well. The American Water Spaniel is a dynamic breed that very much enjoys activity and is likely to be wherever the action is. However, providing a good home for this type of Water Spaniel will not only rely on the ability to provide activity but the expectations of the prospective owner. It is not unheard of for these expectations to crash with the realities of dog ownership, especially when concessions for the breed are not willing to be made. [...]

Uncommon Jobs for the American Water Spaniel

Specially developed for hunting, the American Water Spaniel is a lively breed that thoroughly enjoys the outdoor life. However, their high intelligence mixed with a need to have and provide companionship has proven them highly capable of a life beyond ordinary petdom. Many individuals working in unique fields have also found unique purposes for their American Water Spaniels. Though not commonly used as service animals, the breed loves to be of use and they have many ideal physical and temperamental characteristics for a very fulfilling work life. [...]

Toys the Black and Tan Coonhound Will Love

The Black and Tan Coonhound is a large breed dog that needs plenty of space to keep it busy. As with any other dog, it also needs plenty of mental stimulation as well. Left to its own devices for long periods of time, the Black and Tan Coonhound is likely to take to howling and chewing to communicate boredom or frustration. With the large jaws of the Coonhound chewing up random objects to ease their anxiety, owners can find themselves staring in the face of a fair amount of damage. Black and Tan Coonhounds that have plenty of strong toys to stimulate their mind during the day are less likely to resort to destructive behaviors. [...]

A Healthy Lifestyle for the Sealyham Terrier

It can be said that a dog's own lifestyle is a reflection of its owner's lifestyle as well. So, when getting a dog, you are taking on the responsibility of making sure that it leads a healthy lifestyle that it deserves. As there are a lot of people now who are very concerned about leading a healthy lifestyle, they get dogs that they can use as companions in physical activities. While there are some owners that take their dogs along when they go jogging or cycling, there are others who are just content with hiking or plainly walking around with their dogs. These kinds of physical activities will also have to suit the dogs' need for outdoor activities. While there are dogs that might be contented with walks around the park, there are others that enjoy running more than walking. [...]

Field Spaniel: The Outdoor Type

There are so many different kinds of dogs in the world that people find it hard to decide which breed to get. To find the right dog for yourself, you will need to understand the characteristics of different breeds and see which one suits your lifestyle. This is very important because if you want your relationship with your dog to prosper, your dog would have to complement your lifestyle and your character as well. [...]

Lifespan Issues For The Greyhound

While larger dogs often suffer from shorter lifespan, the greyhound is different. It can live from up to 12 to 14 years. Since race dogs are between two and six years of age, you can adopt an ex-racer and still get many good years from the dog. There are still some lifespan issues that come with owning a greyhound, but for the most part they are a very healthy and long-lived breed. [...]

The Manchester Terrier and its Need for Companionship

Many times when people choose to get a Manchester terrier, they are not sure of all the different things that the dog requires; such as attention, love, and companionship. [...]

The Right Owner And Ideal Environment For A Maremma

The Maremma Sheepdog was bred to be livestock guardians. They are very independent, intelligent, and protective large dogs. They are used in many different continents from the Americas to Australia. They are considered one of the best livestock guardian dogs, but not ideal for a family pet. This is because this dog really does need to be involved in its role of guardian or it will become highly possessive of any small territory or family members it thinks it is responsible for guarding. In a herding activity, the dog is smart enough to be left alone for days with the sheep and it will continue to guard and protect them against predators. Some of the newer pups being bred have been bred for a smaller size and to be more suitable as companion dogs. [...]

Boerboels need Room to Roam

Evaluating your living conditions is an important part of deciding which breeds are best for you. It's simply a fact of life that some breeds need more space than others in order to live a happy, fulfilling life and African Boerboels are no exception. Unlike other members of the mastiff family, these dogs are extremely energetic and need plenty of room to run around and exercise. It is for this reason that they are not considered to be appropriate for condominium or apartment living. Here we'll take a brief look at the Boerboel's background and why these big dogs need plenty of room to roam. [...]

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